If you’re planning on saying “I do” in Liverpool, then make sure you keep an eye out on Signature Living’s exciting plans for Alma de Cuba!
At Signature Living, we’ve mastered the art of magical wedding venues in Liverpool.
From 30 James Street’s White Star Grand Hall to our Eden venues at The Shankly Hotel, we offer the perfect wedding backdrops for an unforgettable day.
Alma de Cuba is one of the most iconic social venues in Liverpool, rooted by a unique history that spans for generations.
Since becoming the new owners of Liverpool nightclub Alma de Cuba, we’ve been busy planning for the future and expansion of Alma, cultivating the best of the building while adding a fresh touch.
The timeless bar and restaurant currently offers guests an experience like no other, fusing Cuban, Hispanic and Latin American influences together.
Alma plays host to a range of vibrant events throughout the week, and we have no doubt that it could become the ultimate wedding venue in Liverpool for newlyweds.
A New Luxury Wedding Venue in Liverpool
So far, we’ve managed to uphold the status of one of the best loved bars and restaurants in Liverpool, with a sprinkle of our own creativity.
In the 1700s, Alma de Cuba stood as St. Peters Catholic Church and was later known affectionately as ‘The Polish Church’ to Liverpool locals.
We’re planning on taking the sentimental church back to its roots by adding on a unique wedding venue to complement the current layout.
Our first CGI images display how the new wedding floor could look with the stunning Alma de Cuba altar at the centre.
What better venue for walking down the aisle than this historic space in the heart of Liverpool city centre?
We have vast experience with crafting the perfect wedding venue setting and we’re hugely excited about Alma de Cuba’s potential.
The new floor is expected to overlook the Alma de Cuba dance floor, a spectacular layout for large and elegant social gatherings.
The Unique History of Alma de Cuba
Alma de Cuba is one of the most special buildings in Liverpool, radiating the long standing history and character that fill its walls.
First opening on the 7th of September in 1788, Alma de Cuba served as as striking Catholic building until 1976 when it went on to serve Liverpool’s local Polish community.
St. Peter’s was the longest surviving Catholic Church in the city until its closure and was attended by Mother Theresa in the 1990’s.
The first church in Liverpool to be converted into a social venue, Alma de Cuba is renowned for its integral role in Liverpool’s history.
While hosting luxury weddings at 30 James Street Hotel, we’ve come to understand the importance of choosing a wedding venue with history and charm.
Once our plans are set in motion, we envision Alma de Cuba to offer another beautiful wedding venue in Liverpool, with an ambience that simply can’t be found elsewhere.
In the meantime, we’d love to see you at Alma de Cuba for our array of vivid and vibrant events, ranging from our Samba Afternoon Tea to Thursday Rumba Night.
To enquire about booking a table at Alma de Cuba or for more information, you can contact our friendly team on 0151 709 1567.